Jett Gunther invited a Thai real estate lawyer to answer some of the most common questions pertaining to foreign ownership of property in Thailand.

Foreigners are not allowed to own the land. It is stated in Thai laws. However, there is one more way for foreigners to own property, and the most popular way is to form a company and buy the property through the registered company.

What would happen if a foreigner died in Thailand? How would the property of the deceased person be divided among his legal heirs? In this article, we will talk all about foreigners and their wills in Thailand.

There are some common legal issues that many people have to face when acquiring immovable property in Thailand. It is incredibly important to conduct due diligence before purchasing a property.

While Thai property laws prevent a foreigner from purchasing a property in Thailand there are legal ways of buying a condo in Thailand as there are fewer constraints on nationality under the Condominium Act on ownership and other areas …

In order to transfer property in Thailand after the death of a person, it is necessary to obtain a court order after it has been proven that the person receiving the property is a legal heir or that his name was stated in the deceased person’s will. In situations where …

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